The Arcadia is much smaller than its contemporary competitors and is powered by a standard 12-volt power supply so it can be used in a boat or a vehicle. This portability feature, however, requires a portable television, which was extremely rare in the early 1980s. It also has two outputs (or inputs) headphone jacks on the back of the unit, on the far left and far right sides.
The system came with two Intellivision-style controllers with a 12 button keypad and 'fire' buttons on the sides. The direction pads have a removable joystick attachment. Most games came with BoPET overlays that could be applied to the controller's keypads. The console itself had five buttons: power, start, reset, option, and select.
There are at least three different types of cartridge case styles and artwork, with variations on each. Emerson-family carts come in two different lengths (short and long) of black plastic cases.
|3D Bowling||3D Soccer||Alien Invaders|
|American Football||Astro Invaders||Auto Race|
|Boxing||Brain Quiz/Math Logic||Breakaway/Evasion|
|Colours Demo (PD)||Combat/Combat Zone||Crazy Climber/Crazy Wall|
|Crazy Gobbler||Doraemon||Dr. Slump|
|Escape||Frogger (PD)||Funky Fish|
|Golf||Grand Prix de Monaco||Grand Slam Tennis|
|Hobo||Horse Racing||JTron v1.0|
|JTron v1.1||Jump Bug||Jungler|
|Missile War||Mobile Soldier Gundam||Nibbleman|
|Ocean Battle/Sea Battle||Parashooter/Parachute||Pleiades|
|R2D Tank||Red Clash||Robot Killer|
|Route 16||Soocer/Football||Space Attack|
|Space Attack (Prototype)||Space Mission||Space Raiders|
|Space Squadron||Space Vultures||Spiders|
|Star Chess/Video Chess||Super Bug||Super Dimension Fortress|
|Super Gobbler||Tanks a Lot||Turtles/Turpin|